Holiday travel: Secretary Buttigieg talks keeping transit on track

The 2023 travel season is expected to be the busiest ever, according to the Transportation Safety Administration. So what is the US Department of Transportation doing to make sure passengers see as few disruptions as possible? Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tells Yahoo Finance that the department has “dramatically improved” passenger rights enforcement and that passenger rights are “at a different level than they were before,” creating an economic incentive for airlines to treat passengers better. Buttigieg also highlights technological and logistical advancements at the FAA as another way air travel is being improved.
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